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The British Museum in London is truly amazing for a history lover with unique primitive objects.


British Museum London

British Museum London

The British Museum in London is very huge and filled with fascinating prehistoric objects for one to get carried away with the strange prehistoric world. The entrance is completely free of charge and there are ample of informatory brochures to assist you travel around the museum. Acoustic tours to the museum are offered for one day guests to aid them view the places of interest of the museum.

The London British Museum is divided into sections. The Ancient Egypt is perhaps the most visited one - it demonstrates each feature of the civilizations of the Nile Valley, from the Neolithic period (c. 10 000 BC) till the twelfth century AD. Whether you like the past or you don't, there is a small piece for everybody. Full explanations are provided for each item and therefore it is also an immense opportunity to assess your skill or find out new stuffs.

Department of Greek and Roman antiques is also widespread. It presents over 1,000 items from the traditional world, ranging from the commencement of the Greek Bronze era.

Departments of Asia, Middle East, Africa and Americas feature antique and past evolutions in a striking compilation of past treasures.

There are forever novel exhibitions adding up to the significance of the British Museum in London consequently. 'Hadrian: Empire and Conflict' that will reveal on the 24 July - 26 October 2008 is most likely as anticipated as was the Terracotta Army, where public were lining for getting the tickets.

The London British Museum is a must to visit place for a history lover and is strongly suggested for those who are inquisitive about the prehistoric cultures.

Visiting the British Museum London:

Address: Great Russell Street, Camden, London, WC1B 3DG

Telephone: 020 7323 8000

Cost: Free
Time: Sat to Wed 10:00 - 17:30, Thu & Fri 10:00 - 20:30
Age Restrictions: None

Nearest Underground Stations:
Tottenham Court Road Tube (6 minutes)
Russell Square Tube (7 minutes)

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What's on at London British Museum:

Journey through the Afterlife at British Museum London
Journey through the Afterlife at British Museum London
4th Nov '10 - 6th Mar '11
Lose yourself in an ancient and mysterious world at the British Museum: Journey through the Afterlife: The Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead in London.
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View the prehistoric objects of the prehistoric world at the London British Museum!